Statements, announcements, documents, and other articles about the COVID-19 public health emergency.

Based on our BOR decisions, I signed a series of memos which details what we will do after April 30.

VSU outlines how faculty will grade students for the 2nd semester of SY 2019-2020

VSU outlines how faculty will create online-ready courseware and virtual classrooms as outputs during their time at home.

VSU outlines how the new normal will go about after April 30

The 2nd Semester SY 2019-2020 will continue but students will not come to our campuses anymore.

VSU clarifies skeletal workforce arrangement and reiterates minimal operation requirements to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

To protect its constituents and prevent the spread of the COVID-virus, the university will impose and reiterate stricter control measures such as No ID, No Entry Policy, 24-Hr Curfew for students and senior citizens, and Closure of Recreational Facilities.

Through DBM and COA Joint Circular No. 1, S. 2020, VSU will provide compensation to JO workers and Contractual staff during the community quarantine period.

On March 13 this year,  the University Administrative Council convened to suspend classes and order a work from home scheme for all VSU campuses amid the #COVID-19 pandemic. VSU President Edgardo E. Tulin already laid out some plans and strategic actions that will help protect the VSU community from the spread of the virus while also ensuring the welfare and providing basic needs of stranded students, frontliners and our people.